The Environmental Protection Agency has given Chicago permission to kill the city’s rat population with dry ice over the objection of animal rights groups.
Hospitals have become “soft targets” in the war on terror, French medical experts have warned.
And they say countries facing terror threats must prepare to deal with attacks with chemical weapons such as sarin or mustard gas, and attacks targeted at “iconic victims” such as children or emergency care responders.
“It’s getting out of hand,” said Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, which represents 74 First Nations in the province of Saskatchewan. “Our people deserve to feel accepted. They shouldn’t feel that their lives are in danger.”
Trump visited the Boy Scout Jamboree this week, much to the delight of the approximately 40,000 attendees who cheered loudly for him.
Some liberals rushed to compare the Boy Scouts to the Hitler Youth, further displaying their utter disconnect with average Americans, or as they would say, the “deplorables.”
Calgary Pride said Wednesday that it encourages police to take part, as long as it’s without uniforms, firearms, vehicles or institutional representation, such as floats.
“We acknowledge the historical oppression and institutionalized racism faced by queer/trans people of colour and Indigenous persons, and the potentially negative association with weapons, uniforms, and other symbols of law enforcement,” the group said in a news release.
PRETTY WHITE AUSTRALIAN GIRLS’ LIVES MATTER
As usually happens when Muslims attack, the press is consumed with worry about their mental state and well-being.
Somalis on edge after Minneapolis cop named in fatal shooting — The Daily Herald (Everett, Washington), July 18, 2017
Somalis in Minneapolis on defensive after police shooting — St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minnesota), July 21, 2017
Minneapolis shooting brings unwelcome attention to Somalis — Associated Press, July 22, 2017
There are nearly 2 billion Muslims in the world, amounting to a quarter of the world’s population, controlling 50 countries. The English-speaking world is about a fifth that size and constitutes a dwindling majority in about a half-dozen countries. But, somehow, no matter how the story is written, Muslims always get to play the victim, and Anglo-Saxons are cast as the aggressors.
Iran is the First Threat
The United States faces many dangers, but Iran should be first on the list for action. We need a comprehensive strategy to stop their ongoing efforts to become a nuclear power, oppose their play for regional hegemony and address their support for terrorism. It is time to accept there is no accommodation with the current authoritarian theocratic government and return to a policy of supporting the Iranian people in seeking a new form of government.
Big Three Networks Completely Ignore Arrest Of Wasserman Schultz’s Crooked IT Aide
The FBI’s arrest of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s IT aide Imran Awan as he attempted to flee the country for Pakistan was one of the biggest story on the internet yesterday, but NBC, CBS, and NBC completely ignored it.
Awan was caught attempting to flee the US on Monday night and transfer around $300,000 to his house in Pakistan after an investigation by The Daily Caller found the FBI seized a host of smashed up hard drives from his home.
‘Who is human enough?’ Transgender soldiers panicked, outraged by Trump’s abrupt ban
His grandfather served and his older brother served. He’s a natural helper and leader. So when two recruiters from the U.S. Marines came to Lucas Rixon’s English class last year to make their patriotic pitch, he was a quick sell: he decided he would become a soldier, too.
His tattoos got him rejected when he tried to sign up in the winter. He planned to try again.
Until the president declared him permanently unfit for duty.
A few things in Rolling Stone’s profile of Justin Trudeau that were just plain wrong
The backlash came swiftly for writer Stephen Rodrick after he walked down a path few foreign journalists can venture without enduring widespread ridicule: writing a magazine profile of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Much of the social media commentary Wednesday morning focused on the laudatory tone of the 6,500-word Rolling Stone article, riddled with pointed comparisons to U.S. President Donald Trump. Others judged the magazine by its cover, which features a portrait of Trudeau, tie loosened and sleeves rolled up, and the headline: “Why Can’t He Be Our President?”
On last night’s show, I spoke with Breitbart London’s Raheem Kassam about his new book No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You.
Jordan Owens, spokesperson for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, said the government is fully committed to building a defence team that “reflects Canadian ideals of diversity, respect and inclusion.”
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has rejected a request to take the Palestinian militant group Hamas off the EU’s list of terrorist organizations. The tribunal has now referred the case back to a lower court.
Authoritarianism, the repercussions of socialized medicine, and the culture of death are all fully on display in the tragic case of little Charlie.
But Ian Kennedy, a professor of health, law, and ethics at University College London, writing at The Guardian has a different take, one consistent with the pure leftist ideology: infant Charlie Gard “does not belong to his parents,” he belongs to Big Brother, and he should be sentenced to death.
France’s Emmanuel Macron continued to reach for the stars Wednesday, hosting R&B icon Rihanna for what she called “incredible” talks at the presidential palace in Paris two days after Irish rocker Bono.
Probably the most useless (R) in history. Other than John McCain.
We look at some of the most cutting-edge exoskeletons and how they’re advancing science and society.
The Surrey Creep Catchers, a controversial group of vigilante pedophile hunters, have been ordered to destroy all videos and “stop collecting, using and disclosing” the personal information of two individuals caught up in their sting operations.
The identities of the children were not disclosed, but Swedish authorities have previously raised concern about around 800 teenagers from North African countries sleeping rough in the country, according to figures from a police report from 2015.